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Elektric Animals - A Bear And The Bull EP

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American alternative rock duo Elektric Animals have prepared their latest effort, an EP titled, A Bear And The Bull., for release on April 19, 2024, via Open Your Ears Records. The duo's forthcoming EP is a vibrant and nostalgic journey through the realms of 90s chart-toppers and the energetic pulse of 80s new wave, infused with modern sensibilities. Since forming in 2018, the duo -vocalist and guitarist Nick Sanders and multi-instrumentalist Will Hubert- has made a significant impact on Denver's music scene, earning a reputation for their dynamic live performances and memorable songwriting.

The A Bear And The Bull. EP opens with the track "I Wanna Love You," a track that immediately sets the tone with its catchy melodies and fun instrumentals. The duo's ability to blend whistling with guitar-driven hooks is showcased in "Dreaming/Wishing," a song that feels both timeless and contemporary.

"Ready To Go" is a standout track with its infectious chorus and driving rhythm. The song perfectly captures the feeling of anticipation and excitement that comes with embarking on a new adventure. "Anything You Need" delivers a tune full of nostalgic western swing music. It opens with a blast from the past, as the song builds to let the band deliver one of the EP's funnest songs.

"Is It Monday?" is a poignant reflection on the passage of time, with its introspective lyrics and dreamy atmosphere, backed by breathy vocals and mixing in electronic elements into their music. The EP closes out on another high with the stripped-back track "Too Soon?" a musical number that leaves a lasting impression with its haunting melodies and emotional depth.

Overall, A Bear And The Bull. is a remarkable achievement for Elektric Animals, showcasing their growth as artists and their ability to craft songs that resonate with listeners on a deep level. It's a testament to their talent and creativity, and a promising sign of things to come.


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